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GOIL, the country’s biggest indigenous Oil Marketing Company, has made a consolidated profit after tax of GH₵81.9 million. 

This was disclosed by the Board Chairman of GOIL, Kwamena Bartels at the 50th Annual General Meeting (AGM), held in Accra.

“Over the last five years, the company’s profit after tax has grown 20% per year on average. In the year under review, 2018, GOIL made a consolidated profit after tax of GH₵81.9 million, up by 26%. The assets of GOIL, as a group grew by 30%, from GH₵1,036 billion to GH₵1,346 billion.

“Earnings per share increased from approximately 17 pesewas per share to 21 pesewas per share”, Kwamena Bartels reported.

On issues of Health, Security, Safety and Environment, Hon. Kwamena Bartels said GOIL was committed to achieving a goal of “Zero harm” to staff, customers and communities in which they operate.

Measures like Hazard identification, Risk Assessment, Workplace audits and inspection were undertaken to ensure the full realization of this goal. Rigorous security measures with the assistance of the Ghana Police Service to protect lives and property were largely successful in deterring armed robbers and other criminals from GOIL service stations, especially those in the remote areas, where attack from armed robbers were rampant.

Meanwhile, Mr Bartels said through dedication and hard work, GOIL is now 14001:2015 (EMS) certified.

The Group CEO and Managing Director, Mr Patrick AKorli who is retiring after over 23 years of service, assured shareholders the company was on the path of growth.

He noted that GOIL is embarking on major diversification of portfolio to boost profitability and ensure a solid future. He, therefore, asked shareholders to continue to believe in GOIL.

To tap his rich and immense experience, Mr Patrick Akorli assumes a new role as the Board Chairman of Go Energy, the subsidiary Bulk Distribution Company of GOIL.